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Pan-Broiling Steak: Beef 101

How to Pan Broil Steak

(Family Features) - Pan-broiling on the stovetop is especially handy for quick and delicious steak dinners. Simply place the meat directly into a preheated nonstick skillet - that's it, nothing more! Keep the heat setting at medium to guarantee even browning.

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"The flat iron steak originates from the chuck and is well-marbled and tender - holding its own against premier steaks from the rib and loin - and only surpassed in tenderness by the tenderloin at about half the cost," says Chef Dave Zino, executive director of the Culinary Center for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. "Pan-broiling showcases this steak's extraordinary flavor. And it should be noted that the flat iron is an excellent source of protein, providing 21 grams per 3-ounce cooked serving."

Three Easy Steps

Step 1: Heat heavy, nonstick skillet 5 minutes over medium heat.

Step 2: Remove beef from refrigerator and sprinkle with preferred seasonings. Place in preheated skillet without overcrowding. Do not add oil or water and do not cover.

Step 3: Cook flat iron steak (about 8 ounces each) 13 to 15 minutes, turning once. To determine doneness, insert an instant-read thermometer horizontally from the side, penetrating the thickest part or center of the steak. Allow 10 to 15 seconds for the thermometer to register the internal temperature. Steaks should be cooked to 145°F (medium rare) or 160°F (medium). After cooking, season with salt, as desired.

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The deep ridges on the bottom of this heavy cast-iron skillet make it perfect for grilling steaks, chicken, hamburgers or even shrimp.

The ridges help to sear the food while keeping it above the pan grease for lower fat cooking.
Cast-iron creates superior heat retention, browning your meat evening while leaving them moist and delicious.

This grill pan features a heavy-duty handle with a notch that allows for hanging, and two side lips for pouring off grease or liquids.

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The appliance's appeal lies in its simplicity and countertop convenience--not to mention its fat-fighting ability.

Its sloped design channels grease away from food and into the drip tray, while the double nonstick-coated plates allow for lower-fat cooking and ensure easy food release.

The unit also provides a digital countdown timer that indicates when the cooking time has ended.

Other highlights include safe-touch top housing for peace of mind, dishwasher-safe removable grill plates, and locking side latches for compact vertical storage when not in use.

Two drip trays and two spatulas come included.
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